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Questions related to mitigating backlash - negative reaction amongst members to events within the group.
The act of by-passing technical measures put in place to prevent a specific user from interacting with a community.
For questions primarily about issues related to bias (by either moderators or users). This includes cases of both real and perceived bias or conflicts of interest.
Harassment or other persistent, negative treatment of one person by another, whether the people involved are moderators or other community members.
For questions primarily relating to chat rooms. Chat rooms are interactive channels used to communicate with other people or devices on the internet and are generally about a specific topic.
For questions about issues specific to participation by children, including restricting access to comply with local laws and supporting parental controls.
For questions primarily about the mechanisms for communications within a community, their use, and usefulness.
For questions about the process of organizing a new community.
Questions about how to handle conflicts between members of a community (users, moderators and other fractions within a community).
The steps a community takes to gather, generate and present information relevant to the areas of interest in the community.
Questions about how to discipline community members.
questions about how to handle communities at the end of their lifespan.
Questions related to the social network Facebook.
For questions that specifically apply to communities built around online and/or mobile games.